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Eagle Rare Antique 17yr 750ml 90prf
$1,499.99
Nose: Dark candied fruit, cigar boxes, cinnamon.
Palate: Delicate and dry. Hints of leather, vanilla and tobacco.
Finish: Lingering, with hint of toffee.

"This deep, burnished-gold whiskey has a somewhat fragrant nose and the aromas develop an almost wine-like character, with a hint of almonds lurking in the backdrop. The body is big and silky and the palate is far spicier than the nose leads you to believe, but there are also violet notes here, along with a  ... read more
Shelf Location — 137d
Size: 750mL (liquor)
Store Item ID: #5998
Location at store: 137d
Item Description
Nose: Dark candied fruit, cigar boxes, cinnamon.
Palate: Delicate and dry. Hints of leather, vanilla and tobacco.
Finish: Lingering, with hint of toffee.

"This deep, burnished-gold whiskey has a somewhat fragrant nose and the aromas develop an almost wine-like character, with a hint of almonds lurking in the backdrop. The body is big and silky and the palate is far spicier than the nose leads you to believe, but there are also violet notes here, along with a touch of caramel and a hint of old leather. The finish is very leathery and very long."~tasting notes

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About Eagle Rare Distillery
Eagle Rare was originally a 101-proof ten-year-old Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey (not single-barrel) from Seagram created by master distiller Charles L. Beam. Introduced in 1975,[1] Eagle Rare was among the last new bourbon brands introduced prior to the current era of 'small-batch bourbons'. Eagle Rare has been distilled, bottled and/or marketed by a number of companies, including the Old Prentice Distillery of Frankfort, KY.

The Sazerac Company, an American family owned producer and importer based in New Orleans, Louisiana, and the parent company of five distilleries, acquired Eagle Rare from Seagram in March 1989. Sazerac's Kentucky distillery was then known as the George T. Stagg Distillery. Today the distillery is known as the Buffalo Trace Distillery.
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